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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 10 July 1858

- - ' 4 •^:": ?-Mtir.'ui Kin > • INDEPENDENT IW POLITICS. VOL. II. SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1858. EASTERN TEXIAN, Is published every Saturday nf office, corner of Columbia and Montezuma sts 8 Jl N U!?7iNE, T v. X the AS TERM3 OF rilK TEXIAN. SlSSbE (Jopt—For one year of fifty two man hers, (ia advancc,). §2 50 Five Copies, do JO GO 8ix<j(,s Corv—If not iu advance..3 00 da After nix months.* 4 00 No papers will be seat out of the Cdoufcy. (c-x- cept to responsible agents,) unless the iaonej " tfa* order. /BMP 1STMASTBKS, Throughout the State, are requested to act as Agents for the Texian. ii a t bfl op ITIVEKTISiNG. iv Sq;*ARg—Of lines or less, first iaeer- H?-;.:r*se tick subsequent -ittMruan, fifty ec tfi. Cards—Cf ;>ne 'square, per annum $10 00 Liberal ded action a made for advertisements' of greater length, and to persons-adv«rti?ifig by the year or quarterly. Notic'bs ok OAXDmiTsa -For State or District offices, tea dollars. For CountyofSces five. $25- W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 10 July 1858

THE EASTERN TEXIAN; SATURDAY MORNING JULY 10. Age*t tor the Texian- The following gentlemen are author- ized to act as Agents for the Texian; re- ceive and receipt for subscriptions, adver- tisements, job work, ere.: Wit Hewitt, sen , Skelbyville, Texas' J^bCu KryEL' | Sabine C°. D. MoMa&on, Bmkville, Tfewten county. ! S. Weiss, Weiss' Bluff. John W. Taber, Natchitoches, La. J. L, Holland, Jasper, Jasper Co. JOHN MONTGOMEB V, Of San Augustine, is ont General Agent far Easiern Texas. t ■ 'J • Mail Arrangements. Arrivals and Departures. Lynchburg— by Turkingston's Prairie, Liv- ingston, 175 miles, nd back once a week: Leaves Lynchburg, Monday 6 a. m., arrives st San Augustine, Friday 6 p m; leaves San .Angustine every Monday, G a. m., arrivesat ichburg every Friday, 6 p. m. *** " jm &—' Augustine, 92 miles, and ^*yt; Lewe San Augustine ay ,ljhr m., arrives at " tSaturt^i 8 to.; Leave principles of Odd frellowBbip! Love to unite, strengthen and bind .together; Purity te beauti-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 10 July 1858

pgf ■ ' PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Wh. W. WALLACM. - AT To RN E Y A T LAW. /\ffbrs his services to the public in the Courts U of San Augustine, Jasper, Sabine, Angelina and Shelby, and in the District Court of the United States, and Supreme Court in their see- eion%at Tyler. Ban i Augustine July 1857. 16 Payne & Williams, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AtLaw, i San Augustine Texas. TITILL practice in the Courts of 6th Judicial XX Distriot of Texas. Ten per cent for collections. Appearanoe in District Court not. less than Ten Dollars. In Inferior Courts, Five Dollars. Writing Deed, Mortgage, etc-, not less than Fife'Dollars. ^ST-No services rendered unless the fee secured. noly Richard F. Slaughter, Attorney at Law, Will practice in tho y our is ?f the 5th Judicial District, and act as UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER, For the Western District of Texas 8-y New Orleans Card; P. P. WEkLEIN & CO., No. 5 Camp street, New Orleans, HAVE constantly on hand the largest and most complete assortment of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 10 July 1858

1 rtaak I^O B T R Y. [For tbc Taus. XT BAlftTO OF HOPE. Dash on, dash on, my gallant bark, , And stem the ccrrMt wild, Boll on, roll on, theagh nil is dark And wave on wave is pil'd, The tbander8 roar, and lightnings flash Athwart the surging main; Then onward let na madlv daeh Though thou may'st burat in twain. Ridesafcly on the troubled sea And mount the raging wave, Though dangers here and there we see . Their terrors we will brave. Around thy mast the lightnings play And rend thy flowing sail, All terrors eome in dread array Amid the passing gale. _ The howling winds in fury rise • In their dread, dismal might;, The dark waves seem to touch the skies In their bold, rapid'flight. On, on, my gallant barque of pride, D.fy the raging storm, Until it's fory shall subside And pan'd it's dread alarm.. Away, away, upon the breese We'll go with eagle flight, ' And burst again in open seas Where,all is oleer_and bright. With tow'ring mast—and pennon too Before the gale we'll fling— And ri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 17 July 1858

M W ■ i •siPSlSSli aT - -j m &eo. W. Kiii?, iBE INDEPENDENT IN POLITIC aeeaesee SAN AUGUSTINE* TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1858, TBXIAN, flu U published every Saturday at office, corner of Columbia and Montezuma sts., San Augustine, T e x as TERM3 OP THE TEXT Mi. JBixot.r Coj-t—For one year of fifiy-iwo nuai bera, (la advance, .S2 50 F vu Cortwj, do lp 09 &sgi,8 Co#*-*-I?not in advance. ..3 60 do After six months 4 00 Mo papers will be Bent out of the County, (ex- ckpl to responsible ajfeats,) cniese the menty accompanies the order. h- JWP3STMASTERS, Througbctii ilie State, are requested to act as Agents for the Te&ian. .BATES OF i tbktig!k«. Ose &piARK—Of tea lines or lew, first inssr- _ «b d^.iar, efich subsequent insertion. r.oss, IPIiilllliL- _I ___ ' ' carls OF A Thrilling Romance. 'T was evening on the banks of the beautiful Ilock Creek. The sliver beams of Luna, which straggled down through the branches of the trees, re- vealed a scene of transcendental beauty. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 17 July 1858

\l ft II1 I' I. r . > a V ; iiK swam* ssgc TEXIAE 8ATUIDAY MORNING JULY 10. for .subscriptious,- advejri. )tk, etc.: t, sen , Shelby ville, Terns' W, C. McDaniel, ' McClosket, Milam,Sabine Co. BujkvUle, Newton county. ro N W. TABEit, NStthitovhes, La. J. Li Holland, Jasper, Jasper Co. JOHN MOfNTUOM Ei? Y, Of San Augustine, is out General Agent M° • /or Eastern Texas. ,-T', iiMall Arrangements. tittivals and Departures. [smchburg —by Tarkingston's Prairie, Liv- jngston, 175 miles, and back once a week: rY _ County Officers. Some of our exchah£6s wfcre iil'clined to make inerry at our eipfe&se a few weeks ftgo, on aCfc'Ctint of the barren- IIHtY ■ iri< iFfnV"" W~Anesaof our'columh of annpjmcements. genUemeo are amusr-; ^/howefer, We think we present a nts for: the Texiau; re- respectable list—more respectable on account of intelligence and capability, than numbers. First comes Mr. Wil- liams for District Attorney, a gentle- man well known to almost every man, woman and child...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 17 July 1858

1 r •^!"r Tlis EsfclilSH tloLD- I. D. ,n Bonds.—The London the proceedings ottf''public dob oii the Sglh of earreeting a series of resolu- .. iwauimously adopted among were the fotlowing in relation to Hoastou's proposition for an teotdrate of Mexico : .The committee having on t., recetved a letter from Gen'l Texas, Senator of the tJiiited ng the speech with which, uH.." be iutrodueed in the Senate the following resolutions, viz: ffPSiia select committee of seven be to fctquire into and leport to the whether or not it is expedient for government of the United States of America to declare and maintain a prcuec- lorart over the so called Republic of Mex m wholesale in W. H, CROUCH. CROUCH, I d retail dealers in % O OD S, RIBSi Hardware, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Bonnets, &c. WE take no little pie .sore in returning onr thanks to onr customers as well as the pub- lic generally, for the liberal patronage hereto- fore extended to us, and beg leave to state to the citizens of this cou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 17 July 1858

e=== PR OFESSIONAL CARDS. mhnb -• WM. W. WALLACE. ^2 TT OR KEY A T L AW. > bis services to the public in the Courts aa Augustine, Jasper, Sabine, Angelina _lby and in the District Court of the United States, and Supreme Court in their ses ineJoly 1867. 16 Payne & W illiams, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS Jfcfr' ■ Xjarw, San Augustine Texas. WILL practice in the Co^rtg of 5th Judicial If District of Texas. Ten per cent for collections. ^Appearance in District Court not. less than In Inferior Courts, Five Dollars. Writing Deed, Mortgage, etc., not lees than Five Dollars. ^*Ko services rendered unless the fee secured. noly llieliard F. Slaughter, Attorney at Law, [U1 practice in the Courts of the 5th Judicial District, and act as New Orleans Cards. fV P. W£RLtlm & co., No. 6 Camp street) New Orleans, TT AYE constantly on hand the largest jjl and most oomplete assortment of .SHEET AND BOOK MUSIC, in the South. Cash otders sent by mail, at the marked prices, will be sent prepaid. D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 24 July 1858

1 J* -mm. CteO. w INDEPENDENT I POLITICS; Editor and Publisher. SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1858, SEB EAST.61^ T-:<XIAN, *#£* fcassia and the United States. jntblitk* o$at< earner of and M-jnieZ'-'-in 8 A H>dag at • jlmibin &. iffc, r, Tex gspa; A a I The two nations of the world that afford the most striking modern exam- \ pic of progressive increase in popula- I tion and temipry, are Russia an '*• Tgg&s.S 0? fXIB T&XIiN. SlKOUf —.?<«? os? .?« >-' ef fifty-two num- : h<m, (is W ■ Jfir**Co?:xs. <io I® 00 jftwrv.T. das r—T?sai Is aywstfe.,.. *.3 00 40 tJ>" gsej^Sss ««•• ••• .4 00 HsfftPtJ'8 illh* >Jt cf <> County, (ex- frptw*e*j~ar-;-4 *?* &.<! jjIssb tl&e sbobsj 0/fvOSTK A.ST8SS, tb« Stats, |n rt> w>£t i to *"*. *°r 7ciia«. jj 4 Sf f" # A P >•' S ^ ? I fi ! S O . Out Efcv-xt—'Of WB ii«S8 :sr first iaser- tion, «• A4l*f astMc-^arat iosertioa, fifty e« t*. A,A(1A CA sw—Of >" b« qxj%T«, p r fcnnam,....$10 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 24 July 1858

' THE JJjMHSBBBHB ORNING • v.-. • . JtfLY 24 wfa SS* Agents for. the Texian. The^fol|owi«g gpilernen are aiuhor- Visemenis, job work, etc. :■■ VVh, Bsvvitt, sen , Shelbyiiille, Texas- I Milh m> Sabine Co. sft Mq3|^oN, Burkville, Newton county. Wiwsf TTews' JB/w/T- 1 <ag« Natchitoches, La. J. L. Holland, Jasper, Jasper Co. JOHN MONTGOM EF Y, . Of San Augiisiine, is our General Agent Eastern Texas. Arrangements. 2>.e p a r lures. A r r i v Lynchburg—by Tarkiu^ston's prairie* Liv- ingston, 175 miles, and back once a week: Leaves tjncbburg, Monday 6 a.m., arrives &t$ n Angustine, Fxidayo p m; leaves Sas Augustine every Monday, 6 jr. in., arrives at ~ LytWhtmrgfevery PricUy, 6 p. m. Marthall —from Sao Augustine, 92 ffiiles, and twice a #eei : Leave San Angustine ij and Thursday, 1 p. m., arrives at stall Wednesclay and Saturday ,T8 p m.; Loire Marshall every Thursday and Sun " " "jra, m., arrives at San Augustine, Sat and Tuesday, 12 m. from San Au'gustine 30 miles, and c, o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 24 July 1858

sill . itrrtSjT *■' in last 3S8f . difficulty between It seems that some ited between Lsttsf Cfiajitxo, r - %G. W. Srxaj • h-^he i to peacefii day w«^toe sc ; mid nearly a fti'v «iii2eM.- «iW-of diSIcitt ^tfceea Brily anMIex. 7*. Wilson, and i on Sattmlav lastly met on our streets armed wltlj double barreled shdt ■T, gur-s, and f t the distencfe of sixty two V- y'arf?, they «lrschaVged the contents of both barrels at eaeh-other. T he result was that both were, seriously, though not mortally wounded. Both are now in a fair way-of recovery. By previous appointment on Monday last the candidates for District Attor- ney, Messrs, Gasoy and /^iUJams met • * tfci people of Cherino and surrounding J^&auty, And gave us a specimen of their u^£loawuuifi -iiiJhe^way-^ a d speech* I. D, THOMAS. . W. H. CROUCH. ACOGDOCHES CO. ) THOMAS. %.qRQUCH,; |y ,1858. V p wholesale and retail dealers in K—Ofcr quiet and DRY GOODS, O- 3 O BHIBS, Hardware, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Bonnets, &c. Crescent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 24 July 1858

mm* ONAL CARDS. W*. W. WALLACE. TORNEY AT LA ffkxs his services tothe public In the,Con San Augustine, Jasper, 8abine, Angelina >elby, and in the District Court of the 8tat«i, and Supreme Court in their ses- j- TrtMl ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS -A.t San Augustine Texas. X practice in the Courts of 6th Judioial .. District of Texas. Ton per sent for collections. oe is District Court not lest than tra, In Inferior Courts, Fire Dollars. FiwID^ Deed. Mortgage, etc., not le.-s than "pt* No services rendered unless the foe —-* . n°*y . Klebard F. Slaughter, ttorney at La w, .Will practice in the Court* Of the 6th Judicial District, and act as STATES COMMISSIONER, 3-y 2- * w~ Mi W. BloanW — JUSTICE OFgTHE PEACE and y i" ARY PUBLIC, -In the Court House. San Augustine transact eTery no23*ly |g« . .¥. j. d. mcmahon, wfc Milam. Texas. HICKS & M'MAHON, torneys at Law. * 4 firm will _ in the conn ty of Sabine,s ofes ion will also r in the several counties of the 6th Judi Sal District. All b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 31 July 1858

a# fK INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS SANAUG^^ SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1858. ^%^^«TERN: TEXIAN, Saturday at m Columbia md Mm&suma Ms.y A u« tfa'tfi? irPl^xtl Me TBnM3 OF THE text IN. Sncor.e Copt—For one year- of fifty-two nom- tww, (la nflvajioe,)••*•••••-'••"• ^ ^0 Fins copfkh, <1® 10 00 Singi.k Corr—If not in acjvaace .8 00 do After six months.....^....4 00 Hew BHtrs will be Bent out of the County, i^x- ' torospoasible agents,) nnlesb the moc>y ♦ccottpaaiea the order The Beggar—A True Tale. One cold winter morning, the last Sunday of December, 1849> a half-naked man knocked timidly at the basement door bf a fine, substantial- mansion, in the city of" Brooklyn";-* Though the weather was b>iter, even-for the season. the young man had no pair of ragged cloth pants, and the remains of a flannel, shirt, which ex-' posed his muscular chest in many large rents. Bnt in spite of this tattered aps par el, and evident fatigue, and as he ture, and perhaps the first stage of starvation/ re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 31 July 1858

•Ps^fNt - wmStn - mm ' -ae-4? mrnrnmt^fA , • . . -.v SiTtfRD iftftOHNlNG . July 3i. ■111111 3toa and Texas Central Railroad ( We have been furnished with the fifth annual report of the Houston and Texas Central Texas Railroad, which has now reached the Hempstead sta- tion. fifty miles from Houston. The progress of this roa$J has been steady, and from the report, it would appear that its affairs have been administered economically", and for the best interests of the company. This fact, however, is easily accounted for, by observing that all the officers of the company are J. L. 1 and, Jasper, Jasper Co. residents of Houston, and of the.Board The following gentlemen are author- ized to act as Agents for the Texian; re- recnipt for subscriptions, adver- tisements, job work, etc. : Wm.;41cavitc, sen , Shelbyvdlct Texas- imm smxcco. D. M i:\1.vhon, Em kc tile, Neicton county. >S. Weiss, , Bluff John W;Natchitoches. La. JOHN MONTGOMERY, ii/i Aug ustine, is our General Agent for Eastern...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 31 July 1858

7^" 'p ff§ & m ■■£< .'A,. *jwj§P m tssfe m m w -3m?' mm mm fv fev'^r^.r j^ a Acquittal of Gen. Jtm Lane.—Under I dale of the 1st itist. a correspondent of the _ Leaweou orih Ledger writes from Law- rence: . The argument in the examination of James II. Lane, closed yesteiday evening, and the case was then submitted to\be magistrates. They adjourned the cofcrt^itl 10 A. M. yesterday, when they ^OuW aunoui«cc their decision. At the de«iguated hour it was discovered that the inagiMtates were uot agreed, and a fur- ther |>o*tpoiiement occurred. At noon there v.°as still no decision. Two o'clock came, aud there was still uone. The ru- mor spread that the magistrates were una- l>le to agree ; that no two of them coin- cided ill opinion, aud the rmnor was gen- erally credited, but at 4£ o'clock it was auuouuued that they had at last agreed, and were about to render a decision. A «;rowd straightway gathered at the magis- trate's office, filling it to repletion, aud leaving score...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 31 July 1858

m W&m [ New Orleans Cards. P. P. WE a LEIN & CO., JVo. 5 Camp street, JVcttR Orleans, fAVjES constantly on hand the largest and^most complete assortment of SHEET and book MUSIC, in the South. Cash otders sert by mail, at the marked prices, will be sent prepaid. Dealers and Teachers supplied at a discount r-ALSO-, whjs elegant LOT OF piano fobtes, and Musical Instruments of every description. New Orleans, May 29, '68. n4 ly G. M. BAYLY $ CO. Wholesale Grocers, ■wsSl'r*'... .tf" * ~ ~ . AND DEALERS IS Wines, Liquors and Staple Goods 22 Common st. fsnd 35 Canal at., opposite p New Customhouse, vaI2 1-y New Orleans. Mercantile Cards. GEOllGS H. VINTON* PR INTER B: W A R EH-OUS E, 63 Camp st, next door to Picayune Office, NEW ORLEANS. " Presses, Types, Inks, Paper, Cards and Fur- nishing of every dieoription. Agent for the «alo of Robt Hoe t; Co.'s Presses, and Jatnes Conner and sdn's T$pe3. . Second hand materials bought and sold, and old Type taken in exchange for new, at 9 cen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 7 August 1858

K mm m# cwmmmm tiG9M2*8 Editor and Publisher N D E N D E i eo, W. King, ft r \ i\ I L i )L. II. [From the Washington State? Shall we Trust the British. Legislation of Congress Affe The STew Scanasi. THE EASTERN TEXIAN, published every Saturday at office, earner of Columbia and Montezuma sis., N A U .6 U S T I a K. 1* E X A S •Ttru $2 <>0 io no ? on 7EHM3 OF THE TEXUN. I.E Cop i'— For one yenr offit'ey-t bars, fin advance,) = ; QopiMf do ...... sIjB Copt—If not in advance.'. do After sis pcjiTbs >apers will be sent oat r: 0 •pt to responsible agents J v* 5e>>ajpanies the order, =&-P )S?M ASTERS, Thn. ( to act a.s Agnr-.ts for tjUiKK—<• >t -.-<;a re '• , one dolUr, encii subse^u-jat insertion, ec is. i —Of one fqa-vre, per annnan, $10 00 at -j-.*! actions m<uio for advertisements of liter lanijth, and t. persons advertising Uj ye-ir or quarterly: ;its op OAXPtoif as —For Stafe br . DSs'riot jes. ten dollars For CountyoSisea fiyn r We will ba compelled o ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 7 August 1858

Hi i EASTERN TEXIAN. . i,. «SW> .3Kw*«e*ii8 === f ►AY MORJflNO ...... . AUGUST T '• • ' . ^ m.: Agents for the Texlan. The following gentlemen are to act as Agents for the Texi reifre and receipt for subscriptions, liseraents, job work, etc. : Wm. Hewitt, sen Shelbyvillc, Texas' r 'MCSeeT" } SalmeCo. s. w jBmkville, Newton county. ' Btvff. fNatchitoches, La. Holland, Jasper, Jasper Co. JOHN MONTGOMERY, Of San Aug ustine, is our (general Agent for Eastern Texas. Death of Gen. John A. Quitman. Oiir last New Orleans exchanges an- nounce the painful intelligence, that the fell destroyer has again struck a fatal fejpw at the South and her institutions, the person of her most venerated John Anthony who departed this life in Natchez, on 'the afternoon of Saturday the 24th ult. The mourn- andltd mired son, Gen; Quitman, of Mississippi, as the health of this distinguished gen- tleman has long been precarious, hav- ing been one of the victims of the in- sidious National Hotel disease, from...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 7 August 1858

V 0. THOMAS. W. H. CR0UC3. ornate statesmanship of Dntative from Eastern Texas ig attention throughout the £ In CaUf°rn'a' Moll- is of Texas men. are *yet sojourning i feel as lively an interest in the af- s of our state as though they were I among us, and it must be gratify- ts Judge Reagan to know that •ttgli far away and air of from our ne quarrels, these gentlemen are ar- il admirers of his course in Congress.- fiiid the following letter in the THOMAS & CROUCH, wholesale and retail dealers in DRY GOODS, Hardware, Boots, Shoes, Caps*, Bonnets, &c. WE takeno little pie sure in returning our thanks H oUr customers as Wall as the pub- lic generally, for the liberal patronage hereto- _ _ fore extended to us, and beg leive to ta*? I 8an Augustine, July 24 the citiienS of this county, Shelby and Sabin| j that we hate received, are now recavmg from the FlHU EASTEHK HJSS, ... an elegant And cort oiet*- assortment or Goods, H. H. Horn & Brother, Cotton Girt & Cabinet MAKER...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 7 August 1858

professional cards. Orleans Cards. * *r ^Vm ^- WALLACE. attorney at law. 0^2 services to tie public in the*Courts M shefbv ttgnv -ne,ia3Pnr' Sabine Angelina elby' and . in the District Court of the M S°Pre«0 «t in theiTM Pan Augustine July 1857. 16 ATTOR ue & Wi S AND C W LLORS P. P. WERLEIJV & CO., No. 5 Camp street^ New Orleans, JJAVE constantly on hand the largest and most complete assortment of SHEET AND BOOK MUSIC, Mercantile Cards. HUGH OCIIILTBBE, ! Commission and Forwarding Merchant, Madison, ' te&s Periodicals. Cash otders sent by mail, at the marked prices, *'H sent prepaid. Dealers and Teachers supplied at a discount. uguRtme Texas. cf oth Judicial Court fiot less than' :tLii District Ten per cent Appearance Ten Dolt ra.*^ J ......... . J_,_l1H In Interior Courts, Five Dollars. Writing Deed, Mortgage, etc., not le?a than five Dollars. J5S-N.0 services rendered unless the fee ' noly ilieiiard P. SlttngSter" iNes? Orleans, May 20, '58. The Undersigned, having pe...

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